The Peoples Gas DIRTcar Sprints, Precise Racing Products DIRTcar Late Models, Diehl Automotive Big Block Modifieds and Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar/RUSH Pro Stocks will all be in action.
Sye Lynch sits atop the Sprints championship standings with defending champion AJ Flick just seven points back. Ralph Spithaler sits in third position 17-points back with Jack Sodeman Jr. lurking 21-points behind.
In the Late Model championship Jared Miley, a former two-time track champion, holds a 3-point lead over Tommy Beck. Kenny Schaltenbrand sits in third spot, just seven points back. Schaltenbrand and Miley staged an epic battle last week with Schaltenbrand coming out on top. Don’t count out Michael Norris who sits in fourth place, just 16-points back. This battle is expected to come down to the last race of the year.
Brian Swartzlander is atop the Modified championship standings on the strength of his May 17thvictory. Rex King Jr. is only 5-points behind after winning in week one. Garrett Krummert is third in the standings, 12-points behind. Krummert picked up with victory in week three. This is another points battle that is expected to continue throughout the season.
Perhaps the toughest points battle is in the Pro Stocks. Joey Zambotti holds a 1-point lead over Corey McPherson and Tyler Dietz, who are tied for second place. Ryan Moyer is in fourth place, 4-points behind!
Tonight is Lernerville’s annual Autism Awareness night. Fans can take a chance on winning various raffle baskets including autographed checked flags and t-shirts, golf bags, steaks, gift cards and much more. All proceeds will go to the Autism Society of Pittsburgh.
The Lernerville Kids Club will be in action this evening as well. Tonight’s contest will be a race car coloring contest with the winner receiving a ride in the #1 Cochran Automotive Pace Truck. The Kids Club opens at 6:30 p.m. under the Turn 4 Grandstands and is free.
Pits open tonight at 4 p.m. with the grandstands opening at 5 p.m. with the green flag dropping at 7:30 p.m. sharp. General admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, $10 for students ages 11-17. Children 10 and under are admitted free.